An amateur astronomer captured this footage of the International Space Station gliding past the moon on 10 February.
Using a powerful telescope and his laptop, Szabolcs Nagy captured the lunar transit from his residence in London.
"Lunar transit is something I’ve been craving for a long time now. I had some experience in this from the past, but it never turned out to be as good as I expected," Mr Nagy told the Eurovision Social Newswire.
In astronomy, a transit is a phenomenon when a celestial body passes directly between a larger body and the observer.
As viewed from a particular vantage point, the transiting body appears to move across the face of the larger body, covering a small portion of it.